Lectures in Winter Semester 2019/20
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. William Crawley-Boevey
Exercises: Andrew Hubery
Note: lectures begin in Week 2, on Monday 14 October
I plan to discuss the representation theory of algebras and quivers, including Auslander-Reiten theory, correspondences given by faithfully balanced modules, homological conjectures, representations of Dynkin and extended Dynkin quivers, tame and wild algebras, etc.
Notes for the first lecture are now available.
Available from the webpage of Andrew Hubery.
Oral examination at the end of the semester, by arrangement with the lecturer.
This course is part of a masters' sequence. See here for more information.
The content of the course is provisional, and may change, depending on the audience, and the amount of material I feel I can cover.